How to permanently disable/remove Sticky Keys?

Copper Contributor



For some reason, probably because I sometimes keep LSHIFT pressed or something, the Sticky Keys pops up despite having it disabled in Settings.


Is there a way to completely remove/uninstall/disable this as I am not sure what other setting is available to make it not popping up under any circumstances.


I would imagine a Registry edit or even a custom Win11 installation (more drastic) would be possible unless there is a less invasive way?



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This is an easy fix. First open settings app and go to accessibility. Once there go to keyboard. At the top it should show sticky keys. Turn this off. Now sticky keys will be disabled.

Hope this helps

@Ethan_Garfinkle   I have gone into the ease of access settings and checked the sticky keys off and when I press shift a few times (mostly when panning the camera in blender) I still keep getting that noise and it does not disable them :(



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